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1/3 Of Greeks Working Abroad May not Return to Their Homeland

ICAP group carried out a research among 1,325 Greeks working in 56 countries across the globe to explore the "Brain Drain" phenomenon, on the occasion of the 2015 Human Capital Summit. According to the study, the majority of talented young professionals is now...

Scotland Independence: “The Curse of Minerva” to Britain Gets Fascinatingly Relevant in Lord Byron’s Poem

You may wonder what is the connection between the referendum for Scotland's Independent with Lord Elgin and Lord Byron, but the answer lies in the verses of an old poem that reveals a "Curse" which "will break Britain." With 309 verses,...

Greeks of Scotland Comment on Notorious Referendum

The referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country is a burning issue in the United Kingdom and Europe. A possible "yes" to the question "Do you think Scotland should be independent?" on September 18, will generate major developments in Europe.  Greek Reporter presents...

World Cup Knockout Stage: The 8 games of the Final 16

After a record of 136 goals in the first 48 games, tomorrow the World Cup is taking it's final 16 teams to the knockout stage where usually the surprise teams collapse and the favorites stand. Let's take a...

First Free Greek Orthodox School in the UK

The first Greek Orthodox secondary school in England is about to open next week in North London. The school is the St. Andrew the Apostle School in Barnet and as the BBC reports, it will teach students from 11...

Cyprus Crisis Could End Halloumi Cheese

The British newspaper The Guardian said that Cyprus' renowned halloumi cheese might be a victim of the island's new economic crisis as its company, Cypressa, couldn't pay suppliers because banks were shut down and new capital controls are in...